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Call of Duty’s Blackout mode is free across all platforms until 30 April

If you're curious about Activision's take on battle royale, the Blackout mode found in Black Ops IV, but haven't yet taken the financial plunge, you're in luck. Call of Duty: Black Ops IV, or a significant portion of it, is free-to-play for the rest of April. And not just on a platform or two, on all of them. Whether you're a glorious PC gamer, a PlayStation acolyte or a filthy Xbox One spawn-camp...[Read More]

Here are the highlights from Sony PlayStation’s State of Play event

Sony's gone and taken a page from Nintendo's Direct event and made State of Play a thing. State of Play is a live-stream Sony will be using to update players on what's coming next from the company -- in the near future and a little further off

iPhone users will now be able to play remotely on a PS4

The latest update to the PlayStation 4 operating system includes the ability to properly sync with iOS devices and enable PS4 Remote Play.

BioWare’s Anthem is allegedly bricking PS4 consoles

The latest release from BioWare, Anthem, hasn’t experienced the smoothest launch, with a variety of bugs reported which includes consoles dying.

Black Friday for gamers – PS4 and Xbox Edition

It’s that time of the year again, when South Africans try to figure out how to do this Black Friday thing. If there’s one piece of advice we can give you it’s that online shopping is your friend. Especially if you’re a gamer who’d rather get some sessions in than face the stampedes. Luckily, PlayStation and Xbox have launched their annual Black Friday sale already, and it’ll run until after payday...[Read More]

PlayStation has dropped out of E3 2019

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has just lost one of the big three consoles for 2019’s show. Sony has decided to pull PlayStation out of E3 2019, and do… something different. We don’t officially know what that something is but E3 organisers and Sony confirmed that the next event will be PlayStation-less. Considering the massive presence Sony normally has at the show,  E3 will have a f...[Read More]

Nuketown is now available in Black Ops 4 multiplayer for PlayStation 4

Nuketown is back! And this time it’s based in… Russia? Activision released a new trailer for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 earlier this week, revealing that fan-favourite map Nuketown would be heading back to the series, this time in a setting more suited to warfare. Have a look at the trailer below. The map is already available for download (on PlayStation 4), and features a lot of snow, a welcome ad...[Read More]

PUBG heading to PlayStation 4 in December with platform-specific cosmetics in tow

It was rumoured when Microsoft made PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds free on Xbox (for a limited time) but now it has been confirmed. PUBG will launch on Sony’s PlayStation 4 very, very soon — expect to get your battle royale on from 7 December this year. There are several editions of the popular multiplayer game coming, with the base game costing $30 (about R440) and a SurvivorR...[Read More]

The next PlayStation DualShock controller could have a touchscreen

Let’s be honest, the PlayStation DualShock 4 controllers are damn near perfect. But a recent patent filing in the US suggest the upcoming models might feature a touchscreen. The patent was granted to Sony last month, and detailed a design that includes a touch-display where the touchpad is located on current models. Rumours have suggested that the upcoming PS controllers might look something like ...[Read More]

Sony stealthily rolls out a quieter (but hotter) PlayStation 4 Pro

All PlayStation 4 players know that slight panic when their console sounds like a light aircraft taking off. Should you hard reset? Unplug it? Maybe position the room fan to blow directly on it? The panic is real, but it doesn’t have to be. Sony has discreetly started releasing quieter PlayStation 4 Pro consoles into the world. Hardware updates like these rarely make the news, often flying u...[Read More]

Sony reveals the full list of PlayStation Classic games

Console makers understand that gamers can get nostalgic, and sometimes excessively so. That’s why we’ve seen the release of the SNES Classic Mini, the NES Classic, and the Sega Megadrive Mini. Now Sony has jumped on the train to Nostalgiatown (which is right next to Flavourtown, we believe) and will release the PlayStation Classic mini console based on their first bit of gaming hardwar...[Read More]

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